[r-t] Handstroke-home Cyclic Maximus

Alan Reading alan.reading at googlemail.com
Thu Aug 18 13:59:14 UTC 2016

I don't think anyone is under the misapprehension Grandsire isn't
reasonably musical.
However I think including Grandsire at an even stage is more likely to put
people off rather than encourage them to ring a composition. Although I'm
open to opinions on that?
Also I'd be surprised if the music contained in 5 leads of Grandsire
couldn't be bettered by using a shorter link and extra bespoke methods in
the time saved!


On 18 August 2016 at 14:53, Mark Davies <mark at snowtiger.net> wrote:

> Ian Fielding writes,
> Why not employ 2 different link methods to switch between the parts to
> > enable ringing alternate parts of pipes forward and backwards?
>> This maintains the music of the DJP original with the feature Mark is
> > trying to achieve.
> But one of the features I am trying to achieve is the use of Grandsire!!
> Also my arrangements do have higher music counts than Pipe's "Classic",
> measured by 5-runs.
> That's not to say that I think I can displace Pipe's peal - it is rightly
> called a classic, and has attractive features which will undoubtedly keep
> it at the top of the spliced cyclic Maximus tree for years to come. But
> it's nice to have something a bit different.
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